Clubs and Honor Societies

African Student Association

Reach out to Ms. Anantua for more details!

American Red Cross Club

We collaborate with the regional Red Cross organization to raise funds for disaster relief; to organize blood drives; to collect toiletries for veterans, children, etc.

When: Thursday after school from 2:40-3:15 PM
Where: Media Center

ASU (Asian Student Union)

Asian Student Union aims to create a close knit Asian community within Reservoir. ASU hopes to break down stereotypes and expose others to the different cultures that make up the school through a variety of events and performance showcases.


Meets: Tuesdays after school in room 209 from 2:35-3:35


Adam Leader - Head Varsity Coach
Zack Nunn - Head JV Coach
Practices after school - Monday-Saturday

Social Media:

Baseball Instagram - @reservoirbaseball

Best Buddies

Best Buddies is a organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Monthly meetings will take place for 45 minutes after school in the cafeteria. You must be a registered member of Best Buddies to attend.

Upcoming Dates: 1/24/24 , 2/21/24, 3/20/24, 4/17/24 & 5/1/24

Black Student Union (BSU)

Black Student Union is a club, which serves and celebrated the African American Community here at Reservoir High School and surrounding areas.

When: Wednesdays at 2:40
Where: Room 230

Black Writers Association

Meets Tuesdays after school in room 227.

Book Club

Community of readers who love to talk about books


Meets: Library during club advisory

Boys Lacrosse

Coach Information: 

Varsity Head Coach: C
Assistant Varsity Coach: Andrew McIntyre
JV Head Coach:  Kyle Williams

Social Media


Boys Volleyball Club

Boys Volleyball Club
When: 2:40 - 3:40 when basketball has an away game
Where: Gymnasium
Contact: or (Room 107)


Dasia Moore - Head Coach         Stephanie Brown - JV Coach

Social Media 

Class of 2026

Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month from 2:40-3:10.F

Color Guard

Meets Tuesday’s and Thursdays from 6-8pm or Thursdays before the home football games from 6:30-9 with the marching band. 

Crochet and Knitting Club

Meets Tuesdays from 2:35-3:30 in room 208.

Cross Country/Track

Phil Rogers

phone number 410-212-0442

Practices after school on M-F from 3-5

XC/Track Website-

Social Media :

XC/Track Instagram-@Rezixctf

XC/Track Twitter - @RezziXCTF  

Culture Club

Available for students to build appreciation of each other's cultures. Meets on Advisory Wednesdays in Portable 6.

Dance Team

The dance team performs a routine at football and basketball halftimes. Tryouts are held prior to the fall season each year. Technical dance skills, kick line, hip hop and Pom dance styles are incorporated into each routine.


DECA is a business club with the objective of improving educational and career opportunities for students in the areas of marketing, business management, accounting, and entrepreneurship.

Regular Club meetings will be held the first Wednesday of every month from 2:45-3:30 in the Media Center.

Desi Naach

"Desi Naach is a dance club that focuses on preserving and promoting Indian culture. We strive to raise awareness about our unique dance style and rich history. Our club offers an opportunity for students to come together, learn various dance styles, choreographies, and performances, and showcase their talents at different events. We invite you to join us in spreading the love for dance and experiencing the joy of Indian culture through this beautiful art form."

Environmental Club

The environmental club focuses on student-led efforts to improve the environmental conditions around the school and community.


Meets: Wednesdays 2:40-3:15 Room 208

Field Hockey

Coach Name: Megan Maloney
Contact Information:
JV Coach: Katie Glass

Social Media:

Field Hockey Instagram: @resifhockey
Field Hockey Twitter: @FieldHockeyRHS

Gator Chapel

Wednesdays during Gator Break in the staff lounge.

Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

The Gender-Sexuality Alliance is a student-led group working to improve the school environment for the LGBTQIA+ community and their allies.


Meets: Thursdays at 2:40-3:30 in Room 208

Girls JV Soccer

Coach Name: Jasmine McCree 
Assistant Coach Name: Arvid Gooray
Contact Information: and (443) 691-8277

Sports website or social media accounts: HUDL

Girls JV Soccer

Coach Name: Jasmine McCree 
Assistant Coach Name: Arvid Gooray
Contact Information: and (443) 691-8277

Sports website or social media accounts: HUDL

Girls Varsity Soccer

Coach Name: Darius Qualls 
Assistant Coach Name: Kylie Toler
Contact Information: and (240) 426-4271

Sports website or social media accounts: HUDL



Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does.

Girls Who Code meets alternatively with RHS Coding Club.
Twice a month on Thursday starting after mid-terms

Meets: Thursday from 2:45 - 3:30 pm in Room 301

Golf Team

Coach:  Dave Appleby   
Contact Number: 410-515-6735 

The season goes from August 9 to potentially October 25.

Practice times:

Dates start Aug 9. Practice is at

Monday 6-8 pm, Fairway Hills 

Tuesday (Rocky Gorge) 3-4 pm, Fairway Hills

Wednesday, 6-8 pm, Fairway Hills.

Thursday 6-8 pm, Fairway Hills.

Hindu Student Association

The Hindu Student Association, also known as the HSA, has the main goal of spreading awareness about Hinduism. This club will provide opportunities for all to learn about Hindu heritage through various activities and events such as celebrations of festivals. All are encouraged and welcome to join! 

Weekly/Monthly Meeting Days: Every other Thursday from 2:35-3:05. 

Ice Hockey Club

The Reservoir Ice Hockey Club exists to teach and train young athletes the fundamentals of the sport of ice hockey and to provide an opportunity for interscholastic competition between them and their cross-county peers.

Ice Hockey is a non-school-sponsored activity.

Meets: Off-Ice Training, On-Ice Practices, Games TBA

Improv Club

RHS IMPROV CLUB is Improvisational theatre, often called improv, in which most or all of what is performed is unplanned or unscripted: created spontaneously by the performers. Come create, spontaneously, with us! Theatre Games, character building, and more!

WHEN: Mondays, after school 2:45-3:20
WHERE: Room 119
Club Sponsor: Ms. Binder

International Thespian Honor Society

Members are involved in at least one Theatre Arts course this school year, and have hours of involvement in the Theatre performances that meet the basic criteria. This is an application based organization.

It's Academic Trivia Team

Bring on the buzzers and the laughter! Students in all grades are welcome to join the "It's Academic" Trivia Team. Students meet weekly and participate in games, answering general knowledge questions that span the academic disciplines and extend to current events and even pop culture. The team also participates in virtual scrimmages and local tournaments. All are welcome!


Meets: Fridays at 2:40 pm-3:40 m in Room 304

Italian Club

Italian Club is open to everyone and you definitely DON’T have to know italian or be italian to join. We do fun italian related activities, hang out, and have exciting events planned!

Meets during Gator Break

Jewish Student Union

Meets every other Thursday starting November 9th from 2:40-3:30 in room 304. 

Latinx Dance Club

A club to learn, teach and share Latin music. From Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, to Cumbia and Reggaeton. All students are welcome.


Meets: Wednesdays During Club Advisory

Le cercle français

Meets after school in froom 321- please reach out to the club advisor for meeting dates.

Link Generations Club

Reservoir's chapter of Link Generations allows students to volunteer with senior citizens and complete activities with them to converse and learn about their challenges with aging.

Dates/Times: Meet once a month on Thursdays from 2:45-3:15 pm in the room. 326A,

and Volunteer once a month on Thursdays from 2:45-4:15 pm at Arbor Terrace

Love 4 One's Fellow

Meets Wednesdays during Gator break in the Media Center. 

Math Honors Society

The Math Honors Society offers free tutoring for RHS students. Members of the society are upper-level math students. Any RHS student can attend tutoring in Room 324 Mondays-Thursdays until 2:45. New members are accepted every fall.


Meets: Mondays-Thursdays until 2:45 in Room 324 (Mrs. Flynn's room)

Math Team

Math Team practices weekly to prepare for county math competitions. Once a month we travel to HCPSS high schools to compete. Questions include mathematical content from algebra 2, geometry, pre-calculus including trigonometry, and probability.

Meets: Wednesdays 2:45 - 3:10 in room 325

MESA (Math, Engineering & Science Achievement)

The mission of Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory's (JHU/APL) MD MESA program is to advocate for STEM Education, Equity and Access in Maryland.

Meets: Every Tuesday from 2:45 - 4:00 pm in Room 118



Meets on Tuesdays, see Ms. McBee for more details-

Muslim Students Association (MSA)

The MSA's goal is to address the religious and social needs of Muslim students at Reservoir High school.

Meets: Fridays after school in room 107.

National Art Honors Society (NAHS)

The NAHS completes activities thoughout the year including working on a mural and going on an art related field trip. If you want to be inducted into NAHS, you need to attend 15 full meetings or 30 half meetings and pay a fee of $10. Otherwise, you can just be a part of our art club.

Meets: Wednesdays / 2:35 - 3:35pm / Room 111

National French Honor Society

This society is for French 3, 4 & 5 students who maintain an A average. We meet twicce a month at French Club and may have separate meetings throughout the year.


Meets: Sept 21; Oct 13 , 27; Nov 9th - mandatory

Quill and Scroll International Journalism Honor Society

We encourage, support and recognize individual student initiative and achievement in scholastic journalism.


Meets: TBA

Reservoir Film Club

Trivia, Games, Debates, Contests, and more all about movies.


Meets: Gatorbreak Club Days

Reservoir Scholars

Reservoir Scholars - SENIORS ONLY

The Reservoir Scholars Program promotes advanced academic opportunities for our highest-level learners, challenging them to maximize their intellectual potential and enhance their high school learning experiences. Reservoir Scholars must maintain a weighted GPA of 3.4 along with completing five or more AP classes (including the AP exam), Intern Mentor, Independent Research, or the equivalent of an AP class at HCC.

Resinance (RHS A Cappella Choir)

An auditioned choir that performs pop music in the contemporary a cappella style (think Pentatonix or Pitch Perfect). Auditions are held at the beginning of the school year.


Meets: Fridays, 2:20-3:00, Room 102

Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society

Social Studies National Honor Society

See Mrs. Lapides in room 200 for details or email at


Meets: TBA

RHS Coding Club

The RHS Coding Club seeks to advance the field of computer science and programming through competitive events and opportunities.

RHS Coding Club meets alternatively with Girls Who Code.

Meetings: Thursday from 2:45 - 4:00 pm in Room 301

RHS Esports

RHS Esports is a place for casual and competitive gaming, including tournaments and teams taking on other schools.

Join our Discord server to learn more:

Meets: Tuesdays from 2:40-4:15 in Portable 4

RHS Robotics Club

The RHS Robotics Club participates in the First Tech. Challenge competition, through their affiliate First Chesapeake. Students design a robotic system which can execute both autonomous, and controlled operation, to meet the design challenge goals of the competition. The competition can be reviewed, and information can be found at, and First Chesapeake can be accessed at To participate, students are required to participate in community outreach for team sponsorship.

RHS Scholars Leadership Program (formerly Delta Scholars)

The Scholars Leadership Program is for girls in the 10th-12th grade who maintain a minimal GPA of 3.0. The overall goal of this program is to promote continued academic excellence, build self esteem in young ladies, increase cultural awareness, develop leadership skills through participation in workshop, presentations, projects and community service,


Meets: New membership occurs during the month of April annually.

RHS Step Team

RHS Step Team practices and performs the art of step.


Meets: Thursdays @2:15 - Room 227


Reporting news about the Reservoir Community


Meets: Advisory

Science National Honor Society

SNHS is the prominent scientific organization that will engender a new group of young thinkers who will be the future of industry, research, and scientific exploration for America. Requirements: Current Junior or Senior.

RHS SNHS Chapter Website:


Meets: 1st (Meeting) and 3rd(Speaker) Thursday of the Month at 2:15pm in Room 311

Science Olympiad

Students participate in multi-event competitions that include paper tests, model building and hybrid contests. Topics covered include life sciences, physics, chemistry, engineering, forensics, astronomy, and coding. These competitions are held in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.


Meets: Wednesday afternoon from 2:15 to 3:15 in room 309

Speech & Debate Team

Learn how to speak well with Speech and Debate! We are the most successful Speech and Debate program in the area, with 15 State Championships in different events, and 14 National Top-16 or better finishes!


Meets: Friday, 2:10-4:30, Media Center

Student Government Association

The Reservoir High School Student Government Association provides a unique opportunity for students to serve as effective leaders and role models for their peers. SGA is an organization which focuses on creating a positive school environment where leadership, service and spirit are valued. The goals of the reservoir SGA include helping students to develop leadership skills while providing a service organization for all RHS and Howard County students, and for the community.

Meets: TBA- Most likely during Gator Break- Atrium

Swim Club

Students participate in two events during the school year; The Polar Bear Plunge and The Howard County High School Swim Invitational. Students are encouraged to practice on their own, but practice is not required.


Meets: Club Advisory (10/26, 11/9, 2/22, 3/22, 4/12, and 5/24) in Room 309

Tabletop Gaming Club

Play Dungeons & Dragons, Magic: The Gathering, and board games with other students. All levels of experience are encouraged to join. We will also be running sessions to learn how to play D&D.

Join our Discord server to learn more:


Meets: Fridays until 4pm in Portable 4

Tenor-Bass Choir

A non-auditioned vocal ensemble for students who sing in the tenor and bass ranges. We sing a wide variety of musical styles and perform at school concerts.


Meets: Thursdays, 2:20-3:00, Room 102

The Gator Gazette Student Newspaper

Regular publication and website to provide a voice for student commentary.

Contributing Staff are selected from the student population. Check us out at


Meets: TBA

Theatre Arts Productions

The purpose is to develop the skills and talents of students on and off stage though the creation of full scale theatrical productions.

Meets: TBA

Treble Choir

A non-auditioned vocal ensemble for students who sing in the soprano & alto ranges that performs at school concerts.


Meets: Tuesdays, 2:20-3:00, Room 102

Tri-M Honor Society

Reservoir's Chapter of the National Music Honor Society

Students must be currently enrolled in a music performance ensemble and have applied to be a member.


Meets: 3rd Monday of the month, 2:20-3:00, Room 102

Varsity Wrestling

Coach Name - Andrew McIntyre
Assistant Coach Name - Tyler Ecker, Josh Hamilton
Contact Information -
JV Practice - 2:50-4:20 pm
Varsity Practice - 4:30-6:00 pm

Want to start a club?*

Any student who would like to start a club should follow the process below:

1. Find a staff member who is willing to sponsor the club. That staff member shuold be willing to help facilitate club meetings and acitvites and be present at all club activities and meetings. 

2. Create a short proposal about the club. (What is the club, what will you do, how will you gain members, how will you give back to the school/community)

3. Talk to the Atheltic and Activities Manager (Mr. Marcus Lewis) regarding the formation of the club.  He will provide next steps.